By Mary A Clark
Slow fiscal Reform in Latin the US questions why so much Latin American nations haven't approximately accomplished neoliberal monetary reforms. reading Costa Rica as an incredible instance of the slow, instead of radical, technique, Mary A. Clark makes use of over 150 interviews in addition to secondary facts to provide ten mini-case stories of structural adjustment within the Nineteen Eighties and Nineties. In interpreting the commercial, social, and political results of Costa Rica s adventure, Clark concludes the slow process has yielded confident effects, and compares this state s studies with that of alternative Latin American welfare states."
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